Markus Moos

Dr. Markus Moos is a Registered Professional Planner. He currently works as Associate Director, Graduate Studies, and professor in the School of Planning at the University of Waterloo. Dr. Moos’ research is on changing housing markets, generational change, and the economy and social structure of cities. He has recently been credited for developing “youthification” as a new concept to explain inner city change. 
Dr. Moos has published widely in books and peer-reviewed articles in top-ranked international journals. He is co-author of the Atlas of Suburbanisms, and founder of Generationed City
Dr. Moos holds an Early Researcher Award from the Province of Ontario for his research on young adults’ changing housing and employment prospects. His research has been featured in the media including the CBC’s Lang & O’Leary Exchange, CTV News, The Globe & Mail, Atlantic Cities Magazine, CityLab, Spacing Magazine, Business Insider and UK’s Daily Mail.